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in turn

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin turnin turna) RESULTas a result of something Interest rates were cut and, in turn, share prices rose. b) ORDER/SEQUENCEone after the other, especially in a particular order Each of us in turn had to describe how alcohol had affected our lives. turn
Examples from the Corpus
in turnI was hard on my eldest son, and he, in turn, was mean to his little brother.We distribute the book to charities, and those organization in turn give the books to needy children.The President spoke to each of us at the table in turn.Working outside can mean too much sun exposure, which in turn can lead to skin cancer.
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